Thuluth Script: Letter by Letter

Thuluth Script is pivotal in Arabic Calligraphy’s development into a highly refined art form. Through it, many subsequent styles emerged. Classes with Elinor Aishah Holland offer a nurturing environment to participants of all levels of practice. Through an ongoing study of beautiful visual masterpieces, Holland engages participants in the rich cultural, historical and modern contexts of this classical form. She introduces traditional tools and methods for writing and instruction, allowing participants from all walks of life to appreciate fully Thuluth’s majesty, letter by letter. New and continuing students are welcome!

10am - 3:30pm

Individual classes - $80, Four Classes for $300

FIRST TIME STUDENTS: Material fee of $20 payable to the instructor in class

Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus
113 West 60th Street, NYC
Room SL24E Visual Arts Complex

Elinor Aishah Holland received her Ijaza in two forms of Arabic script in 2013 from Master Calligrapher Mohamed Zakariya. Holland is also a calligrapher of Latin script. She teaches regularly for the NY Society of Scribes and has taught at The 92nd Street Y, Long Island University, NY Botanical Garden, The Rudolph Steiner High School and many workshops at colleges, art centers and museums in the US and Canada including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, The Smithsonian Institute, The Detroit Institute of Art, Zaytuna College and at the Confluence Conference in 2004. She has exhibited in Kuwait, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Algeria and the US.

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